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Plan a program that will prepare you for health-related fields including medicine, dentistry, optometry, veterinary medicine, pharmacy, and public health, among others.
Study the works of great thinkers as you become one yourself through Fisher’s philosophy program. The program examines ways in which philosophical thought leads one to an ethical, well-considered life.
Designed, in large part, for those with non-business-related degrees, Fisher’s master of management degree prepares you to become an effective, ethical, data-driven business professional.
“ What I love about the sport management program are the endless number of connections it has developed with professionals within the sport industry. These connections give students a diversity of experiences, helping us understand the many careers available within the industry. ”
“ I loved the 'Fisher Family' aspect on campus. Everyone wants you to succeed. I loved feeling like my voice mattered and that those around me wanted to see me do my best. ”
“ The biology department has so much to offer in terms of courses that spark your personal interest and professors with different backgrounds who are willing to help with anything. ”
“ What I value most about the Department of Media and Communication are the professors and the staff. The professors are able to mentor their students on a regular basis. The faculty have raised my confidence in my skills to where I now feel confident that I will be able to find employment after graduation. ”
“ Having a Fisher education is an exceptional asset that truly prepares you for impacting the community. At Fisher, I was given the resources necessary to develop professional skills and was encouraged to achieve and excel through success. ”
From drama club to ski club, Fisher’s 32 special interest organizations provide an outlet for students’ interests and passions. Learn more
Fisher students achieving high academic success might be tapped to join one of the College’s 11 honor societies. Learn more
Student Government Association, Student Activities Board, Commuter Council, and Residence Hall Association make up the Big Four student organizations on campus. Learn more